We use JIRA 6.3.5 with Agile Version: 6.6.0
We use not the Simple Agile Workflow because we need more columns as the one from Simple Workflow. I can not say when this started but I think it must be in connection with latest update of JIRA or Agile. Some statuses are not showing up in the column management.
We have for an example a status called In QA Review and all issues in this status are not in the particular board. Neither show they up on plan mode nor work mode. The filter which is used for the board is correct:
As you can see in the image there is no status In QA Review displayed.
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Other boards show an explanation mark behind some statuses although configuration must be correct. When the status is moved away by drag and drop it will disappear like described in above case.
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Can someone help?
@Nic Brough [Adaptavist]'s answer gave me the starting point to resolve this issue for me. I simplified the board filter enough to make JIRA recognise the new statuses (project = ABC ORDER BY Rank ASC), mapped the statuses to the relevant columns, then put the filter back to it's original value.
Note that those columns now complain in the configuration that they contain statuses not supported by the filter, but this is incorrect - apart from the warning triangle on those statuses in the column list, everything now works as expected for me
I hope this helps someone else!
Start by simplifying the board filter. Drop the "status in" clause to begin with and then refresh the config.
Are you 100% sure that all the projects that are "not in (xxx, yyy, zzz)" are using workflows that include the "In QA review" status?
Thank you for your answer.
We have different schemes and many workflows. So lets take only one Project to make it more easy to troubleshoot. We have one scheme and in that scheme one project is assigned. Within that scheme we have two different workflows.
The filter to show issues for agile board is following:
The column management for that board (for that project) looks as following.
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We have two workflows in order to separate development issues from operation issues. Issue type Task for example will not show up in the scrum agile board. Those issues only show up in the kanban agile board. You can see on the above image that some statuses have an explanation mark and for example the status "deployed" does not show up at all.
So coming back to your question if all projects (in this case only one project) are using workflows that include the status "deployed" in this particular case. The answer is no. The workflow 1 has status deployed as we use it for development. The workflow 2 does not have it as we use it for issue type task but we do filter those issue types to not show up in the scrum agile board. This worked before and we did not have any issue
BTW I removed the status in from filter. Saved it and went to configure board but nothing happened. I changed it back how it was and went again to configure board but same as before
Anyone who can help here?
i.e. status "In QA Review" is not displayed in scrum agile board under column management. current filter is:
status in ("Ready to Implement", "In Development", Reopened, "In Technical Review", "In QA Review") AND project in ("XXX", "XXX") OR status in (Open, "In Development", "In Technical Review", Reopened) AND issuetype = "Technical task" AND project in ("XXX", "XXX") OR status = "Ready to Implement" AND issuetype = epic AND project in ("XXX", "XXX") ORDER BY Rank ASC
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